Families suing the state for threatening medical care for their transgender children

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Jade Ladue spent last weekend celebrating her son’s 13th birthday with him. And despite the stereotype of his age, when children are said to turn into unruly teenagers — he’s actually thriving, she says.

“He has so many hobbies. He loves sports, hanging out with friends, fishing, even going to school,” she said.

But she knows his experience coming of age could have been much worse. Because not all that long ago, it was.

Ladue’s son, to whom we’re referring as K.F., has lived as a transgender boy for nearly half of

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